NolaCycle is a project aimed to create a high quality cycling map of New Orleans. Cycling maps include information beyond just streets and their names that benefits cyclists. In our map, we highlight the pavement quality, car travel speed, lane width, and special caution areas (busy intersections, man-eating potholes, or high accident areas). Volunteers help to collect this data by attending mapping events.
The information is then digitized to make a map of the data we collected to help cyclists - young, old, local, and tourist alike - navigate New Orleans.

Check out the blog for updates on the project, ways to get involved, and volunteer mapping events!

If you have questions, feel free to make a public comment on the blog entry or e-mail us directly at

Saturday, October 18, 2008

A new Times-Picayune article about NolaCycle!

I need to stop doing news interviews and start doing homework.

Anyway, check out Molly Reid's article in the Living section of today's Times-Picayune, or read it online. The photos are by Susan Poag.

The first NolaCycle mapping day at Washington Square.

Patrick and I mapping out the Bywater.

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